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treatment." a federal judge is speeding up detroit's bankruptcy hearing process. the judge is determining whether the motor city "is eligible" for protection from creditors. arguments in the case will begin september 18th, which is much earlier than the october 23rd date the judge originally scheduled. detroit''s emergency manger kevyn orr will have to prove the city is insolvent. city employees and retired workers will argue to protect their pensions under michigan's constitution. starbucks is set to start selling its evolution fresh juices in whole foods stores. the coffee giant acquired the cold-pressed juice maker in 2011. a big part of its plan for the selling juice in retail outlets with an eye to gaining a bigger foothold in the $1.6 billion premium juice market. evolution fresh snacks will also debut in whole foods stores and come to starbucks locations this fall. as early as september you may be able to trade in your old i- phone to get an upgrade. apple is reportedly planning to unveil the plan next month. sources told all things d that the company is expected to make an o
. >>> detroit's animal control officials are denying the claim that 50,000 stray dogs are roaming the streets of the abandoned city. it's the direct result of the city's economic woes as job losses in detroit grow thousands of dogs and other pets were abandoned. >> in 2012 there were 903 bites to humans in the city of detroit. there are 50 calls a day, by citizens asking for relief from the dogs, from the pit bulls that are chasing them, and endangering their children and four is the number of officers i have to cover that. >> that's not your dog? see how this dog looks? this dog is not taken care of. you can tell this dog has been out, he's got fleas all over him he's not groomed well and we pick up dogs like this off the street all the time. when you have an economic decline of a city in an urban area, there are things that are going to suffer. >> there is more coming up on al jazeera. shakespeare never heard about hip hop but hip hop knows all the the bend. coming up next here othello performed in a way the author could never have imagined. and a young man named johnny football will not be
. >>> los estudios estÁn raros. >>> me voy a vivir a detroit. >>> te va a gustar. >>> si te hacen una fiesta sorpresa, imagÍnate. >>> te voy a decir una cosa, fuera de aquÍ alan y yo somos amigos. >>> no somos amigos, somos sangre, hermanos. >>> el punto es, cuando salimos, y vamos con parejas y esto, sÍ tiene su pegue. >>> ah sÍ? >>> sÍ, cautiva a las mujeres, con todo lo tacaÑo que es, su novia es guapÍsima. entonces quiere decir que algo sÍ vio en Él. >>> lo codo. >>> te dije no te voy a pagar en la vidpa una sola comida. >>> dijo, estoy enamorada de ti. >>> deja la billetera. >>> mire seÑor. >>> haga esto para ser mÁs atractivo, llego al restaurante y aplica la juvenil, se me olvidÓ la cartera. >>> eso lo haces todo el tiempo. >>> dejela en cualquier lugar, se la van a refrescar, y le verÁn un sex appeal, si me caso con Él me harÁ ahorrativa. >>> sÍ, una cosa lleva a la otra, si no das billete, mÁs adelante lo sueltas. >>> en el futuro. >>> no paga una cuenta tacher, le abres la puerta del carprcar? >>> sÍ, le doy flores, chocolates. >>> mentiroso. a lo mejor, bueno, s
.m. than most people do all day. you should move to some [ bleep ] abandoned house in detroit. if a bunch of these white slobs who have creepy ass -- would move there with you, you can have a creepy ass neighborhood. detroit a little piece of turd world africa right here in america. >> wow. that's a little haaseist. >> was that -- was that a little racist? >> that was for me. >> just for you? >> stephanie: just for me. >> it's a tie. >> stephanie: you know what i think? because sean hannity mentioned me last week. >> did he. >> stephanie: i always get that. >> i saw that tweet. yeah, yeah. okay. all right. >> stephanie: speaking of right-wing world. >> eric boehlert from media matters for america doing the lord's work. ♪ hurts so good ♪ come on, baby ♪ eric boehlert hurts so good. >> stephanie: let's dive into the right-wing world. >> i don't know what that means. ♪ hurts so good >> stephanie: you know what? you tules ton a lot of -- you tulessen to a lot of right wing media. benghazi fever, another friday in right wing radio. >> we talked about the return of the clinton crazies,
would tell them to shut up. >> dna tests. >>> and shocking numbers out of detroit. >> 50,000 dogs run loose in the city. people move out, they leave their dogs behind. when it gets cold, they turn them loose. >> packs of stray dogs roaming the streets. the city too strapped to do anything. one neighborhood now called chihuahuaville. that's all new with the next hour of cnn "newsroom." >>> a college basketball player who already lost two family members now learns the ncaa won't let him on the court this season. we have the "bleacher report." good morning. >> he lost his father and brother in the last year so he decided to transfer from iowa state to rutgers to be closer to home but the ncaa says he has to sit out this season if he wants to play for the scarlet knights. another case of the wording of the rule getting in the way of doing what's right. you can get a hardship rule to play right away if you have a sick family member, but if a family member dies you're out of luck. he said i'll make the wise decision of staying off social networks today because if i express my feeling i migh
. in detroit -- what a show. >> it's where capitalism, pop culture, first amendment, politics all come together. sometimes there's a moment of clarity. that was that moment. >> i'm holding my script close to my face because i'm legal live blind and my contacts don't work right now. in detroit a police commander has mistakenly released a document -- >> oh, come on! come on! look at this. >> i'm going to the merger. go ahead. >> the police department has mistakenly released a document containing the bra size of several female officers in an of the to say who has received bullet-proof vests. come on. come on! >> now back to you. >> hello, san diego. >> hello, san diego. >> all right, we're going to -- >> i have to ask the question because i'm a journalist. >> are you? >> it's a vest. female vest. >> i regret all of this. >> i would like to go back to 6 a.m. east coast and rerack the tape. >> we also want to talk about possible fed choices and the obama care story. >> industry officials are surprised of the move that would prevent the creation of the world's largest airline. nbc's tom costello repo
being good for the communities that is the plants that depend on carmakers, detroit. what does it mean to detroit? >> this is tough, tough, tough for detroit. the manufacturing jobs in detroit have disappeared. back in the 50's 300,000 manufacturing jobs. last year, 27,000 jobs. those jobs have dispersed all over the united states and some are replaced by computers. the jobs are not coming back. detroit used to have a population of 1.85 million people. now they barely hit 700,000. this is a city that has been in decline for 60 years. tough times. >> heather: will the trend continue in 2014? for car sals, in general. >> guest: car sales can remain a recovery story because of pent up demand and the very old cars on the road. i don't thing we will suddenly see 25 million cars being sold. >> heather: not good news know detroit. 300,000 manufacturing jobs and down to 27,000. we appreciate you joining us. do you remember your first car in mine was a 64corvair. >> gregg: i had a mercury colony park used. it was wasn't a model t. >> the fight for the soul of the republican party with new jerse
and a few thought detroit was the exception think again, we are talking trillions of dollars of debt ended all comes down to public workers' pension. alex rodriguez will still take the field, he can think unions and collective bargaining and youth unemployment, don't worry, you can stay home with mom and dad. all that and more on a fresh hour of "varney and company". let's check the big board. we have been down 56 points. one of our big things today, the question is profits, can they keep pace with stock prices. liz: the bulls are seeing corporate earnings have to pick up steam for the market to charge even higher, we are looking on track for 4.7% growth in the second quarter and analysts expect 4.8% profit growth in the third quarter, ten.7 in the fourth. peaceably like we have seen in june, the june swoon the past three summers we see a juice. you can see a solution we are not seeing it yet, the market is up 1% for august. charles: i got to tell you so the audience knows, not manufacturing data from the service part of the economy which is obviously the overwhelming part, 56, the street
, superheroes team up and head to detroit. batman, superman bringing millions to the motor city. but can they save the city in the brink? >>> and back in the saddle. ryan vickers return to the saddle after a brush with death. cnn "newsroom" starts now. good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you for joining me. a coalition to support military strikes on syria appears to be unraveling as a key ally backs away. britain's refusal to take part "the british aren't coming." the british aren't laughing. cnn's atika shubert is live in london. >> reporter: good morning. "cam down" from "the sun" and humiliated, "no to syria strike." and that's the main word throughout the headlines here, is humiliated. basically, it was a resounding defeat. there was a lot of emotion and anger in the house of commons, particularly directed towards opposition labor leader. you saw in "the independent," there was an expletive background to one reporter about the vote and what happened. and for that reason, there was a lot of anger in parliament last night. there were shouts of resign and shame. in the end, prime mi
. >> david: detroit filed bankruptcy, and yet rich snyder just approved a $650 million hockey center to be built in downtown detroit. how could they possibly cut unionized municipal workers while reassuring taxpayers that they are going to fund such an expensive sports arena? >> it's the logic of neo-liberalism taken to an idiotic extreme. we're going to rebuild our cities by handing over this money to the owner, and the idea would be, he'll use the money to create infrastructure around the area, this would create jobs, et cetera, et cetera. there's only one problem with this, and the problems are twofold. one the kinds of jobs it creates are the kinds of under $10 an hour jobs without benefits. not the kind of thing that will increase the tax base of detroit or make it easy for people who work at the arena to live inside the city limits, which of course is part of the problem. the second problem, though, and this to me is far more important is that investing in sports arenas just don't work, because even best-case scenario, you're talking about hundreds of millions of dollars put in
. thanks for having me on. >> so let's fire up the first one. this is ed schultz who blame the detroit bankruptcy on republican promises and lies. let's hear it. >> republican promises and lies were at the core of the destruction of detroit. you have to admit that outsourcing and laying money offshore and not paying taxes, that's a republican thing. >> so no republican governance at all in that city since 1961. one republican councilmember, same congressman, john dingle for 57 years, since he was 29. tax and spend policies. city pensions, benefits handed out, the largest chunk, and it is all the republicans. >> really? that's an old progressive trick which is to blame the federal government or reagan or some long lost republican administration for what is happening locally as though local leaders have no responsibility. they've done that in other places. not just detroit. talked to people in oakland. do they blame who they've elected in oakland? no. they've blamed someone else, somewhere else. republicans are an easy target. >> let's go. and i jokingly said it. liz cheney, the daughter
. >>> could new york city be the next detroit? the big apple's outgoing mayor says it's a possibility his city could follow the motor city down the road to bankruptcy. correspondent david lee miller has details from new york. >> reporter: in a little more than three months, new yorkers will elect a new major to michael bloomberg, alerting him around the city. >> it's how detroit went bankrupt. >> reporter: city worker pensions contributed to the ruin threaten new york's economic stability. most city workers and retirees pay nothing for $6.3 billion in annual health insurance. workers also pay little for pensions that have taxpayers on the hook for $8 billion this year. >> new york city has right now 10,000 police officers retired who are under 40 and collecting pensions and they will technically collect those pensions for the rest of their lives. >> reporter: contracts for almost all 300,000 city workers expired at least three years ago. the next mayor will be under pressure to win concessions. >> the unions have tried to wait it out. they don't want to negotiate with mayor bloomberg because h
and sewing the seeds of opportunity for people down on their luck. >> downtown detroit on a warm and beautiful summer day, for the sun seekers here, the biting chill of a michigan winter seems very far away. but in the warehouse about two miles from the city's center, that's exactly what they're focused on, nine seamstresses working eight hours a day to turn out winter coats for particularly vulnerable population, the homeless. >> this is the empowerment plan. it is a non-profit that employs women who have been homeless or living in women's shelters. their job here is to sew winter coats that are given to the city's dispossessed and destitute. it's founder is 24-year-old veronica scott. the idea grew out of a design class project. >> we were given an assignment to design to fulfill needs. this coat came out of that. it came out of that class project. >> her research took her to the city's homeless shelters. he she tried to figure out what people on the street really need to survive. she concluded that some kind of heavy duty garment to protect them from the elements was what they
, a debt overhang discourages new capital from coming in. if you don't know, think of detroit. would you lend to detroit today? you wouldn't. you would want to find out what happens to others who lend to detroit. there is the longer-term agenda. that has to do with potential growth. that speaks to education. it speaks to some micro things that we should be doing. one of the problems of the fed being the center of attention is it diverts discussion away from other things. there is this whole set of other things that are more important for us and for the next generation, that this whole narrative have shifted away from. >> as chief of the white house global council of economics, what types of new projects are you working on? >> you have promoted me. [laughter] i am grateful to be chair of the council on global development. the notion is very simple. part of securing u.s. national security and economic future and living in a global neighborhood that is more prosperous. it has had numerous advantages. the idea is to contribute and bring in outside perception. we are a council made of people
for the homeless in detroit. >> because we don't need coats, we need jobs. she was angry about it. i'm not going to let you get off the hook with creating a bandaid. >> far more than a bandaid, it's what works. it's getting single moms out of shelters and into homes of their every sunday night al jazeera america presents gripping films from the world's top documentary directors. >> this is just the beginning of something much bigger. >> thank god i didn't have to suffer what he had to go through. >> this sunday, the premiere of "into eternity". >> i am now in this place where you should never come. >> how do you contain 100,000 years of nuclear danger? >> it is an invisible danger. >> al jazeera america presents "into eternity". premieres sunday night 9 eastern. mission. >> finally on america tonight, we introduce our series, what works. we visit a pocket of a bankrupt city where the idea of unemployment has been scrapped and one woman is helping others stitch together a better future. >> >> reporter: downtown detroit on a warm and beautiful summer day. for the sun seekers here, the biting chill
to avoid a detroit. >> i hea teachers accused of horrible things, they can't get fired, they have to set in a rubber room, i would fire them, let them sue me if i broke the contct, let them sue me for getting a child molest o molestf the city payroll, i am prepared to deal with that, there is hardly a politician today that could get elected without having to make a promise. neil: look at new york, one of the priest teen cities in -- pristine cities, this is the best we could do for candidate >> i agree. neil: so why condition guys like -- can't guys like you, bloomberg said i don't like the way it is going, why not you? >> i am a private person, i am doing this interview, i have turned down a lot. neil: i know, i appreciate it. >> i don't like going on television. >> you are good at it. >> i don't know about that. i want my private life, i don't want to be out in the public. neil: it is a hassle, that is the problem. >> i would love to be. neil: i talked with a lot of successful guys they say look at stuff theyel any on and focus on --el any onel dwell on. >> i would love to be mayor if
? detroit, you got company, and unions, i think you peace of mind is important when you're running a business. century link provides reliable it services like multi-layered security solution to keep your information safe & secure. century link. your link with what's next. 72 who says that detroit should have all of bankruptcy fun. neil: san bernardino, california, not far behind, city wants to crackdown on union benefits now way out of line, so out of line that city fears without the filing it will be finished, michelle fieldses said better to cramp down on unions now for their own sake as well as taxpayers sake. stuart acuff disagrees and said that the workers were promised their pensions, michelle, you think they have to do this now. >> any decision that takes power away from the union is a good decision, san bernardino was originally i middle class nice area, has turned into tons of foreclosures, and tons of poverty, the reason has to do with unions they got involved in the city council elections they put tons of money to ensure that union-backed piticians got elected and made s
, thank you katherine? detroit, you got company, and unions, i think you have trouble. i can always call or stop by my local office. they're nearby and ready to help. so when i have questions, i can talk to someone who knows exactly how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. that's why i'm with scottrade. announcer: scottrade- proud to be ranked "best overall clnt experience." 72 who says that detroit should have all of bankruptcy fun. neil: san bernardino, california, not far behind, city wants to crackdown on union benefits now way out of line, so out of line that city fears without the filing it will be finished, michelle fieldses said better to cramp down on unions now for their own sake as well as taxpayers sake. stuart acuff disagrees and said that the workers were promised their pensions, michelle, you think they have to do this now. >> any decision that takes power away from the union is a good decision, san bernardino was originally i middle class nice area, has turned into tons of foreclosures, and tons of poverty, the reason has to do with unions they
a community activist in detroit, only learned of the existence of the picture five years ago, and that's when a cousin recognized her in a catalog. this is her story, this her own words. >> i was 12 years old when that picture was taken of me on august 8th 1963. when my cousin called and told me that that picture was on a black history calendar, i didn't believe it. i couldn't imagine why a picture of me would be in a calendar with historic people. i junked stood there were injustices to people to people that looked like me, and it was hurtful for me 20 see that and know that, but i still had hope. >> i believed that what i do in my life today is largely cue to the august 28th march. it is just not right for people to suffer injustices. a community activist is somebody that goes oen the front lines to try to make the wrongs right, and make life better equality of life better for other people. >> the top wires are the higher vole age. you don't want vegetation on those. they are in violation. they must clear these lines because it puts your lives in danger. >> being a community activist in det
to say we did have the money toank get involved. that argument. >> detroit is now the>> largest u.s. city to file for bankruptcy. it cannot manage itself we're at the end of the road we cannot borrow any morewe money. >> what happened b? it was once prosperous nown s it is iraq. >> for $1,500 you can buyhn this house for years politicians could say they could fix d street. that is its. john: instead. >> they turned city hall into a den of bribes and kickbacks making themselves rich. john: is there hope for places like detroit? >> it will turn around the city of detroit. >> the motor city. this is will we d
detroit? >> well, i don't know if we are in a position to do that. what we're doing in the michigan congressional deliberation a wholeic is looking at list of programs that would assist to troy it what we are china determined is whether we have -- to assist detroit, we are trying to determine what we have received and second, whether there is any possibility of an a fitting from them. the thing we're most concerned about is protecting the pensions of those people who have worked .0, 40 years for the city fortunately, pensions are constitutionally protected in the michigan constitution. again, we have bipartisan support. the attorney general of michigan, a republican, has come out in support of protecting the pensions. so we are down, but we aren't out read we will rise again. >> thank you both for being with us, republican congressmember thomas massie of kentucky, elected in 2012. dinner credit commerce member john conyers, ranking member of the house judiciary committee. we will continue to follow the legislation you're introducing. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war
detroit or even something bigger like the incredible growing class of poor people? >> well, what you want to do first -- >> either. take your pick. >> detroit, you have to analyze what really happened there. why did it go wrong? now, there are obvious things. the city what's been run by democrats unchecked since the last republican mayor was 1957. okay? you've had -- that town has been a petri dish of everything the democrat party stands for, everything the democrat party loves. massive unions, massive pensions. pay people pensions and health care long after they've stopped working. the math doesn't add up. you have massive welfare states where citizens are given things left and right in order to buy their votes. you have no opposition whatsoever. then in the case of -- you throw race into the mix and you bring on mayor coleman young who causes riots in 1967 in detroit and mayor young calls a white flight to suburbia and detroit is left with nothing but liberal democrats running it. it is what it is. and anyplace in this country that has similar circumstances, the same fate is going to ha
that came into the detroit bankruptcy was its public pensions. i think the emergency manager in detroit has estimated that the city owes something like $18 billion in debt, $3.5 billion of that in unfunded pension liabilities. jeff mentioned, a lot of things going to a pension funding situation. to them is whether the government is making contributions. thene of them is whether government is making contributions paid that is a problem in detroit. the government has borrowed to make contributions, just like borrowing to pay your monthly bills. not necessarily a good idea or a sustainable. in some cases they might have sweetened the pot. several members are under investigation by the sec. nevertheless, the asset returns that you talked about a couple years ago didn't look so good. for that reason it called attention to the funding of state and local pensions generally. in some ways detroit is its own case and in other ways it brings up the fact that on average, state and local pensions are 80% funded -- i'm sorry, 73% funded. 80% is the target we would like to be. street at thethe capitol are
that ten or 15 years ago you thought you would never see. >> host: the notice as we speak detroit is going bust so the first part of the question is what cities are having the renaissance that you are talking about and why do you think that is and then what cities are not? >> guest: it is a tale of two cities and the beach right story is separate. it's lost that the cities, economies and the fiscal health are often times to different things. you look at new york city and it is thriving by any definition. if you look at neighborhoods like the meatpacking district in the 70's and 80's he wouldn't be caught dead and now it looks like a casting call for the bachelor that it looks like bald up 20 some things on the weekend. it's the place to be and that never would have happened so new york this kind of like an amusement park for the economy is doing very well that majorca's fiscal problems, too. many of the same problems detroit had so those are two different things. detroit is some of the rust belt cities are adjusting to a massive shift in the economy from an industrial base the economy or s
of this fiscal approach. then we can say to cities like detroit and others, we've got the answer, that you don't have to do what you did in the past or don't fall into the traps that we have the answer here in san francisco. and that will continue to be a consensus building approach taking care of our responsibilities. with that, i'd like to give the podium for a while to this year's chair of our budget committee, of course is mark farrell. (applause) >> well, thank you to mayor lee for his great leadership during this process. you know, after months of debate in city hall, after six town halls in our different neighborhoods, after an online town hall, i think what i'm most proud of today is that we're signing a budget that is not only representative of the mayor and his team and the board of supervisors, but as we stated in the beginning, we wanted a budget that reflected the values of san francisco, of all san francisco. and i think we've achieved that today. i want to take a quick moment to thank all those involved, starting off with my colleagues on the board of supervisors, to everyone. i
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. in detroit, it's speak now or forever hold your peace. today is the deadline for written objections to detroit's bankruptcy filing. wdiv's rod maloney is in the motor city with what's on the line. rod, good to have you. >> reporter: thank you, maria. i'm glad to be here. you know, it's one of the things where tonight at midnight, anybody who objects to the bankruptcy filing by the city has to do that. so, in fact, this morning, a large group of detroiters got together out in front of the bankruptcy court here, from the national action network, reverend al sharpton organization, and they started out filling paperwork and submitted it to the bankruptcy court today. it showed up in the filing. along with them were a lot of other creditors looking to try and derail this process. and what many people don't understand about municipal bankruptcy is that you can't just file and then you are in bankruptcy. it is a qualification process. and so, what they're doing here is they're making their objections known to the judge, telling him that they don't think this is a right or constitutional pr
pales behind winning. make a big statement, the losses to detroit and to boston were real moments that were tough to get by. player, we lost to the lakers and 71, 72. we were able to win 72 and 73 against the laker team. tavis: if one can get addicted to winning, what is the antidote for that? it is an addiction like anything else, you see where i am going with this. what do you do about that? if you lose, it is a deep thought. it was the innovator of the triangle offense. players ofed the your own success through the last success of the night. you are not a success right now. we are back to square one. we will climb this letter again. -- ladder agian. -- again. it is so ephemeral, it is gone. how long it took the nine months or eight months. tavis: to your point, and i think you are right, the nothing really compares to that feeling of euphoria. navigated through those periods when you didn't win the big one? it was renewed energy to come back. things that i noticed in my own career is that it was hard for teams that went into a successful season to lose in the finals and come ba
the best team in all of baseball. welcome back, the a'sopened up a 4-game set in detroit against the tigers. the team with the second best record in all of baseball, in part because of miguel cabrera. 43rd home run to tie the game. he's batting .359, 43 home runs. 130 rbi. top six 4-4 tie. barton singled to center. coming home. and slides in safely with the tag. 5-4 take the lead. coco crisp the diving catch on tcu -- ball 4 his -- fahl four is, save. >>> the giants are in gearing up for next year placing low pez on wave ires with the hopes of trading him. barry zito start in colorado, zito dishes up a two-run homer to todd helton. one. 9 hits in 4 innings. his e.r.a. is 5.81. nearly six. giant fans will take you out with pablo sandoval from his knee. the rockies are all over the giants. final 6-1. zito drops to 4-10. perris harton traded to the saints and the team has released back up quarterback and that opens the door for mccoy to be the backup quarterback. he did throw this pass. 11 for 15, 109 yards. probably more importantly rerestructures his contract or he may have been gone. he ha
's it for tonight. thanks for joining us. on wednesday how one city is fighting hard not to go the way of detroit as it struggles to meet its pension obligations. i'm ali velshi. see you then on "real money." ♪ >> announcer: this is al jazeera. ♪ >> hello and welcome to the news hour. i'm in doha with your top stories. the un secretary general says inspectors neat four more days to complete their inspection in syria. >>> and a series of bomb attacks in iraq killed more than 70 people and more than 20 have been injured. >>> plus the rain has stopped, but the water
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party stands for. >> take him to detroit. >> no! not detroit! >> i love you, detroit. >> massive unions, massive pensions. >> yes, lavish pensions. on average $19,000 a year which detroit now says they will pay 10 cents on the dollar. >> when union membership goes down, so do middle class wages. >> then the unions came in. then the democratic machine came in. then the drugs came in. >> every politician who puts their hand on the bible and takes the oath of office has a duty to this city and to manufacturing in this country. >> it yields
city. bringing ben affleck into the story will bring it to detroit. >> detroit will stand in for both batman's gotham and superman's metropolis. it will make it a super deal for both sides. >> welcome to "cbs this morning saturday." i'm anthony mason. >> and i'm vinita nair. the batman movie will no doubt give detroit a lift. it's also getting a lift from another source. cars. ford's first american build fusion rolled off the lines in detroit this week. it came after the maid inde in the usa campaign. >> we look at the global economy. it's titled "american-made move." >> the truth is in an increasingly global economy it takes manufactures from all over the world to make things necessary to have a baseball game. so no matter whether you realize it or not, we all have a loin with the things we make and buy in this country. >> we got greedy and that's why we're where we're at now. that's the sick part about this place. >> u.s. consumers would like to buy american. >> the idea that we have to make things in this country is back. >> we can compete on a gl
had the responsibility of trying to raise two young sons on her own, and in a city of detroit, inner city boston, and then back to detroit, after she got her footing. and that was very difficult. she only had a third agreed education. she worked very hard as a domestic. leaving at 5:00 in the morning north getting home until after midnight, going from job to job to job. she just had a disdain for welfare. and the sense that she was very observant and she noticed that no one she ever saw go on it came up a of it, and she just didn't like the idea of being dependent her whole life. so she figured she would work as long and as hard as she needed to, and that somehow god would take care of her. and i was an awful student, and -- but i just loved the whole concept of medicine. anytime there was story on television or the radio about medicine, i was right there. i just loved hearing about the story. interestingly enough, a lot of the big medical breakthroughs when i was a little kid seemed to be coming out of johns hopkins so i internalized one day i wanted to work at johns hopkins. but i
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have seen -- i grew up in the city of detroit which of course is like the polar opposite of what is happening in san francisco these days. the median price of a house in $9,000 and the city is going through this extraordinary upheaval and those jobs have been lost through the city to other regions and other parts of the country and people weren't paying attention and i really do believe -- and i know this is my bias and detroit made 80 years of bad planning decisions and part of the reason it's in the situation it is today and i really think the years of good planning in san francisco have really made a difference. i'm sorry commissioner. >> i want to thank you for your presentation. i think you're definitely a big picture guy, but you did say there that you have somebody working on that application the minute it comes in the door, the big stuff, and i know we're talking about the port today and the big stuff, but it's still the small stuff which also supplies housing and jobs in san francisco. it's still taking far too long. i know you have tried very hard to improve the com
a group of eight people as a hijacking family five adults and three kids from detroit hijack the plane to algeria. three very young children in the and this was a baby. it is a sad story i talk about in the book but they had to make a choice with they send the children back separate themselves so i talk about kids being along for the ride in the make very bad choices. >> you talk about the paranoia of today and what it was like and then? in beckett was a revelation especially after the epidemic because people assume the hijacker wanted to negotiate so there was the assumption i'll have to go to having an all be put up in the hotel i will have a great story from referencing get a cigar. [laughter] but in 1968 "time" magazine published a guide for its basically if you are nice they will be based in and ask to go to this hotel and there's a good deal on clothing in one thing i found out a lot of times the airlines would serve alcohol during the hijackings in the people would get wasted. [laughter] because in this particular hijacking had access to all fbi debriefings so the person was too
a collateralized debt obligation investigation. b of a says it's cooperating. detroit is speeding up its plan to move through bankruptcy. the city is aiming to file a restructuring plan by the end of the year. that's ahead of schedule. a federal judge earlier proposed a deadline of next march. meanwhile, tomorrow, voters will head to the polls for the city's primary election for mayor and city council. chris gautz, a reporter with crain's chicago business, tells us the elections add a layer of complexity to detroit's current financial situation. "once they take office, they really aren't going to have a whole lot of power because there is still this emergency manager that will be in charge of many things, and they will be running a city that is in the middle of a federal bankruptcy hearing." meanwhile, officers in the police and fire departments are going to have their paychecks cut. how big a cut? 10% for 1,600 officers. the lower pay will be reflected in september paychecks. pilots in greece are airing their frustration. the country's civil avaition union is calling for a 3-day strike at th
like babe ruth? >> voters in detroit head to the polls today to whittle down the little of mayoral candidates. they caution ruls may not be known for weeks because of several write-in campaigns. >>> chelsea clinton is leaving the door open for future political ambitions. while working for the clinton foundation in africa, she said following her parent's footsteps is still an option for her. >> i hear my grandmother's voice in my head every day. life is not what happens to you but what you do with what happens to you. i led a private life for a long time. and i'm atemed to leading a purposely public life. >>> and mark zuckerberg is calling for immigration reform. students will be tomorrow's s p entrepreneurs. >>> a water park in texas has found a really inventive way to keep their patrons cool. look at that. they created an ice dump where staff dumped a full ton, 2,000 pounds of ice on to swimmer. >> they are chanting "we want ice reques ice." >> let's take a look. the problems out there this morning is in missouri. we have flash flooding that's in mostly rural sections of missouri
, cabrera doesn't strike out on that one. detroit has a one-run lead on that bomb. this goes extras. top 14. prince fielder, two-run double. detroit gets the win. that is 11 in a row. >>> using one of fan crashes sporting events, kind of annoying. it's kind of funny. last night in miami, renaldo led in the championship. he had two goals. an overzealous fan runs on to the field. okay, he was wearing a renaldo jersey. all right. maybe that's why the soccer star does this. i don't know what he is saying. but i mean they're hugging. usually it's like maybe a little light touch. then he gets tackled. he must have said something to him that really got him. that's like a full 15 second bro hug. he's like listen, i won't get you beat up. you need to leave. >> yeah. >> i don't know. maybe it's soccer. with us, that gets a hard takedown and a few punches in the ribs. >> yeah, we've seen bad reaction from soccer players before. renaldo gets like big thumbs up for that, i guess. >> that may be they're long lost cousins. >> i wish i was his cousin. that is crazy stuff. oh, well. talk about what happened
. if you look at the top five unfriendly, newark, oakland, new haven, detroit. those are four. atlantic city. if you look at the friendliest it is like savannah and charleston. it is about what is hospitable. the best way to see newark is from a distance, preferably the space station. this is a dishonest way of presenting this. >> i don't think this is dishonest. >> they are saying don't go to the city. >> south carolina, north carolina, texas, mississippi, colorado. i don't know, pretty red states. unfriendliest, new jersey, california, michigan. >> liberal, liberal. >> go to mississippi for vacation. >> oakland is a beautiful city that is rotten. it is rotten because of liberal policy. >> i want to agree with my colleague here from wherever he is from. you are right. if you look at just the crime rates i would bet you the crime rates up against you would find a direct correlation. >> and economic freedom. if you look at a person's ability to start a business and sustain. if you go to places like in the top ten you will have that opportunity plus i think the weather is great in sonoma,
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it was cheap. land in detroit right now is cheap. you can buy a house there if you want, but no one wants to right now. all right. so go elsewhere. >> all right. is part of the solution credit? >> i thought that was how we developed alaska, incentivizing people out there. but the government's had a role of developing this country. the private sector is strong enough now to handle the for profit housing market. there is a way to make money from a lot. there's all of these funds that are buying dilapidated properties. however, when you have a situation that's uneconomic where there is no free market solution, that's when it becomes the role of government. when you've got a house that's dilapidated, it's not going to go away if it's worth nothing like in detroit, for example. otherwise it's like a manmade disaster like a dust bowl. we have to fix up our own mistakes we made. >> okay. john, you've heard it all. >> frannie and freddie are going away, why aren't you celebrating? >> i was just in france, and, believe me, they like texan wearing cowboy boots as much as i like them right now. we'r
receiving t.a.r.p. money from the federal government of the united states and closing plants in detroit which is now bankrupt so they could open plants in china. gm, cars rolling out say buick. that plant and the joint partnership which the chinese government forces them into is 51% controlled by the shanghai automotive corporation which is controlled by the communist party of china. the only thing gm put in was all of the money and the technology and the know how. the chinese run it and, in the long run, own it. so no change there. i wallet to show you something here -- i want to show you something here. this is an oath mandated just last year for all lawyers in china, i swear to faithfully fulfill the sacred mission of legal workers in socialism with chinese characteristics. i swear my loyalty to the motherland, to the people, to uphold the leadership of the communist party. i would like to find out something, socialism with chinese characteristic, our first speaker this morning talked about national socialism. china is boast nationalistic and socialist. this is a fascist government.
seeking a spot on the detroit lions roster. >> do you know who he is? >> no. >> no. >> internet afficionados may know him by his other name, kicklicious. >> i know kicklicious. >> he put out this homemade video putting his soccer skills to the pigskin. how to describe it? jaw dropping. it has already been viewed 4.5 million times, not bad for a guy who never touched a football in his life. >> i went online and ordered a football from the states and two weeks after it, i got it. >> turns out a few nfl teams saw it too and the lions invited him to camp. >> the first time he was out here, he punted one ball and got it on his second time which was pretty funny. >> what's your family and friends think back home? >> what are you doing? it's kind of surveil for them too. >> he does his talking with his foot and fans are listening. >> he will be a good kicker. >> a couple of good ones over there. >> you know where norway is? >> no. >>. >> everyone has a learning curve. >> this all happened in a year? >> yeah. >> what a year. >> it has been good, yeah. >> should i pinch you to see if you
if you heard this but detroit announced bankruptcy today. that is the top story today. so the goal is to have the cities find a way to grab ahold of that suburban tax money and bring it into the city. so the bottom line is that barack obama wants to redistribute the wealth of america's suburbs to the city. to see the radical file community organizers who mentored and trained barack obama all those years ago in chicago they really didn't like the suburbs. in fact their ultimate goal was literally to abolish the suburbs. why were obama's radical organizing mentors so upset about the suburbs? they blamed the suburbs for the problems of the city because when people move out to the suburbs, they take their tax money with them. so obama's radical organizers put on their thinking caps and came up with a strategy for the economic and political independence of america. and as the strategies came, a movement called the regional equity movement, the regional equity movement sometimes is just called regionalism for short. it goes under different names and you might have also heard of the idea
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